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mikee747 Guest

Hello,

When you turn on the rudder you by default have to use the middle lever in your yoke.

How do you change it to something better as in when you turn the yoke right the wheels will go right?

Also, if any of you have one can you please tell me your best configuration.

Thanks,
Michael

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

Assuming I understand you correctly, you are using the yoke without the pedals. In that case, go into your FS settings and set the rudder/aeleron coordination to on. It isn't as realistic. but it will turn your wheel and rudder.

The best solution is to get the pedals.

Mikee747 Guest

What I mean is have the aircraft turn in the air and the wheels turn on the ground on the same control. As in the main part of the yoke controlling the wheels and turning in the air.

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

Yes, in the FS settings, there is place where you can choose coordinated rudder/aileron. Be sure to select that as it will insure that your rudder/ ailerons/nose/tail wheel work at the same time. I believe the setting is in the "Realism" section.

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WarHawk42 Captain

mikee747 wrote:

Hello,

When you turn on the rudder you by default have to use the middle lever in your yoke.

How do you change it to something better as in when you turn the yoke right the wheels will go right?

Also, if any of you have one can you please tell me your best configuration.

Thanks,
Michael

If I understand what you are doing correctly you are using the aileron trim lever for the rudder, I don't think you can do that. The only solution without the rudder pedals is to do as suggested. Go to realism and check auto rudder, that will couple the rudder to the ailerons and will steer the aircraft on the ground.

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